South West Wales News, Events & Opportunities

Each month, we pull together the region’s top headlines, and announcements from across our alliance, to create your Regional Round-up from 4theRegion.

From development and investment news to community projects, and business opportunities: we’ll make sure you’re in the know, so you can speak positively and confidently about what’s happening here in South West Wales.

Do you have an opportunity you’d like to share in our next round-up? Be sure to let us know!

January Regional Round-Up 2023

MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Leading Law Firm Extends Support of Llangennech RFC

Peter Lynn and Partners Solicitors have extended their support of Llangennech RFC by sponsoring the team for a second season. The Bank Road club have a number of local businesses on board as sponsors, but the link with the legal practice goes far beyond a financial contribution as partner and head of the Llanelli Office, Greg George, is also a player-coach. Read More

DVLA Code Challenge 2022 – celebrating STEM skills across Wales

On Tuesday 6 December, the DVLA held their 7th annual Code Challenge, with even more opportunities for pupils of all ages to take part. Sian Lloyd, news presenter, hosted the event which was streamed live to children across Wales. After running a fully remote event last year, it was thrilling to see the return of the in-person DVLA Code Challenge at the Richard Ley Development Centre (RLDC) in Swansea, which was bigger and better than ever. Read More

Togetherness At Christmas

It was great to see our new member Mike Leahy from Swan TV include us in his blog! Read More

JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES

Job Vacancies with Day’s Motor Group

Are you looking for an exciting new career? Search the latest job vacancies to begin your exciting future at Day’s Motor Group!

Job Opportunities and Working at Swansea University

Looking for a new job? Changing role? Interested in what Swansea University can offer you? A warm and welcoming University, they value people for their skills regardless of their background and are proudly named as a top employer in the annual Stonewall Equality Index. They know that people have commitments outside their job, so they provide a working environment that allows employees to achieve the right work/life balance. Read More

Extra Care Support Worker (Community Lead)

Coastal Housing have an exciting opportunity for you to join their Extra Care team as a Support Worker (Community Lead) at Ty Twyn Teg in Neath and Ysbryd y Mor in Aberavon. Coastal’s Extra Care developments provide purpose built housing that empowers and enables individuals to regain or retain their independence through the design of the building and the services and support on offer. Read More

Current Vacancies at Gower College Swansea

Gower College Swansea’s culture is very important to them and that’s why 90% of their staff recommend it as a great place to work. They continuously work to provide many benefits including flexible working arrangements, generous leave entitlement, and discounted gym membership to name a few. Their organisation is very diverse and they are able to offer many internal progression opportunities once you have joined as well as extensive training opportunities. Read More

Current Vacancies at Caredig

Caredig always look forward to welcoming new people into their organisation; people who want to make a positive difference to the lives of residents and find ways to help us develop vibrant, inclusive communities. If you would like to play a key role in turning their vision into reality, please feel welcome to get in touch! Read More

Be part of a successful organisation

The roots of Pembrokeshire College can be traced back to 1956 with the main campus being situated in Pembrokeshire’s county town of Haverfordwest. They believe they have a responsibility to provide first class education and training to ensure that Wales has a workforce ready and able to meet the economic demands of the future and to promote community engagement in skills. Read More

Join The Team

Swansea Building Society always looking for talented professionals. The Society recognises that its staff are vital to its success. They’re always looking for talented professionals with the determination to help them succeed. Read More

Jobs and Working at UWTSD

People are at the heart of everything the University of Wales Trinity Saint David does. They are proud of their dedicated and talented employees and work together as a team to make a difference to the lives of their students and the communities they serve. ‘Transforming education, transforming lives’ is their mission. If you would like to join them on this journey and make a difference too, then they would love to hear from you. Read More

Now Recruiting Non-Executive Directors

Coastal Housing is looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds to join them as Non-Executive Directors. They’re currently recruiting Non-Executive Director (NED) positions to oversee Coastal’s work and support continued growth. They’re looking for people who share their values, have a strong social conscience and can use their skills, knowledge and strategic experience to make a difference to the services Coastal offer now and in the future. Read More

Job Vacancies at NPTC Group of Colleges

NPTC Group of Colleges is a thriving Further Education College, employing nearly 900 professional and dedicated staff across 9 campuses in Neath Port Talbot and Powys. They are keen to recruit talented individuals who are passionate about helping them deliver the highest standards of education and training. In return, they offer a supportive working environment which invests in an extensive range of opportunities for continuous professional development. Read More

Work with the National Botanic Garden of Wales

The Garden offers a range of job opportunities from horticulture and education to administration and catering. All types of job opportunities currently available at the National Botanic Garden of Wales will be listed here.

Forest Operations/Land Management Higher Education Placement x 4

As an organisation Natural Resources Wales support flexible working. This role allows hybrid working (a mix of home and office working) and a working pattern suitable for you can be discussed on appointment if you are successful. As a result, you could end up working in south west Wales which covers parts of the South Wales Valleys across to Pembrokeshire National Park. Read More

TENDERS & CONTRACTS

Prior Information Notices for Swansea Council

Swansea Council intends to establish Framework Agreements for supported living services for adults with mental health needs, and domiciliary care services for adults with one or more of the following needs: mental health; learning disability; physical disability; neurodevelopmental conditions and acquired brain injury.

Architect Services – Gwyr Community Land Trust

This procurement of architectural design services from Cwmpas is for a community led newbuild low/zero carbon affordable housing development comprising 14 new dwellings, a common house and associated infra-structure, landscaping and external works in Swansea. Read More

Swansea Bay City Region Carbon Offsetting Study

The authorities of Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, Pembrokeshire, and Swansea are jointly seeking suitable qualified and experienced consultants to undertake a carbon offsetting study to determine what interventions will be required for the reduction of carbon post 2030. Read More

Water Level Loggers for Groundwater Dependent Terrestrial Ecosystem Hydrological Monitoring

Natural Resources Wales is seeking to award a framework for the supply of water and baro loggers for use in groundwater dependent terrestrial ecosystem hydrological monitoring. Groundwater is a fundamental factor to the functioning of wetland environments. Water level monitoring allows an understanding of the behaviour of site groundwater over time – diurnally, seasonally or in relation to events such as abstraction or restoration activities. Read More

Tender for a Live-Cell Analysis System

The Reproductive Biology and Gynaecological Oncology (RBGO) group within the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Life Science at Swansea University wish to procure a live cell analysis system to expand the capabilities of the group. Read More

Contract Notices for Pembrokeshire Council

Pembrokeshire County Council has a requirement for AutoCAD subscription renewal for their AutoCAD software, a stray dog kennelling service, and a Pre Engagement Transition Programme (PEPs).

Contract Notices for Swansea Council

Swansea Council is seeking suitably qualified contractors to provide refurbishment of Croft Street high rise, kennelling of stray dogs, pressure washer cleaning, a coring service on the public highway, Welsh medium youth support, and online payment and engagement solutions and cashless catering systems.

Boat Skipper and vessel maintenance 2023-2027 _ Supplier engagement session

Natural Resources Wales requires a framework contract for period of 4 years for the supply of a vessel skipper for our 12m cabined jet-drive RIB Pedryn. They will provide a skippering service during periods of fieldwork which may usually be approximately 50-80 days per annum. A supplier engagement session will take place on the 25th January 2023 at 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. via teams skype. Read More

Wet woodland hydrology and river banks protection

Neath Port Talbot Council are inviting expressions of interest for a report on the hydrology of an existing wet woodland and its management to prevent further soil erosion within a local nature reserve. Read More

Contracts for Serving and Maintenance for Swansea Council

Swansea Council is seeking suitably qualified contractors to carry out serving and maintenance of pottery kilns and equipment, lightning protection equipment, a pool plant, stage lighting, fire suppression, building management systems (BMS), and construction design technology (CDT) equipment.

Employer’s Agents Framework

Pobl Group intends to establish a framework agreement with suitably qualified and experienced consultant(s) for the appointment of employer’s agents based on the most economically advantageous tender. Read More

DEVELOPMENT

One of Swansea’s best-known hotels is about to get a lot bigger

A major expansion of Swansea’s Grand Hotel will get under way this year. A four-storey rear extension will add 42 rooms to the current 53, and there will be an expanded rooftop bar area on the fifth floor with conference rooms, a new gym for guests, a new residents’ lounge and a reconfigured banquet room. The actual roof of the rooftop area will be sown with greenery, while a ‘living’ wall featuring plants will be added to the High Street side of the hotel. Read More

Work on £250m rail testing centre in Neath Port Talbot gets underway

It will see the creation of a 550 hectare site featuring electrified testing tracks and space for research, development and education facilities based on the former Nant Helen opencast site and Onllwyn Washery. Expected to be fully operational by 2025, the centre will run 24 hours a day, testing new railway vehicles such as high-speed trains and hydrogen-powered rolling stock, with a 4.5km looped track and 6.9km outer looped track. Read More

SWANSEA BAY CITY DEAL

Highlights of 2022

The Swansea Bay City Deal is one of four growth deals in Wales – planned to create jobs, build fantastic infrastructure, and grow the entire country for generations to come. It has been a busy year for all four growth deals, find out more.

BUSINESS NEWS

The family behind the new Indian restaurant in the old Pizza Express in Swansea’s Castle Square

It’s the brainchild of Kobi Ahmed and his brother Jaher Ali, and the pair’s father works in the kitchen as one of the two Head Chefs. Kobi said “Castle Spice is named after the area we’re in, on Castle Street. It’s a really busy, popular area so we’re happy to be here. We know a lot of Swansea and we have plenty of experience. There’s other Indian restaurants in Swansea, obviously, but no others located in this area – so we’re becoming popular very quickly.” Read More

Exciting new Japanese bar-restaurant Ryugin opens in Uplands

Ryugin means “dragon’s roar” and is the latest venture of local businessman Frank Nishimura. The authentic Japanese restaurant fills an empty unit previously occupied by Maisie’s Streetfood and Bar on Uplands Crescent, which Frank dubs “second Wind Street”. Surrounded by other independent businesses and several restaurants, Frank says his new location is “perfect” and he is looking forward to welcoming new and old customers through his doors. Read More

Expansion at West Wales Law Firm

Swansea-based Peter Lynn and Partners Solicitors are celebrating the opening of their new office in Gorseinon. The Pontarddulais Road site is the third new location the firm has opened in the last three years, expanding the network of community offices to eight. The team, headed up by partners Rebecca Jackson and Charlotte Hewins, will offer residential conveyancing, will writing, probate and lasting powers of attorney services. Read More

Networking Group expands into Swansea for Young Professionals

A long-awaited and needed networking group for young professionals has launched in Swansea. The group aims to connect young professionals to others in similar positions, helping them to grow their business network and broaden their horizons. Read more about Swansea Young Professionals

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

New Partnership Set to Improve Outcomes for Cardiovascular Patients in Wales

A major new collaboration has been launched aimed at improving diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular patients across Wales. The Next Generation Population Health in NHS Wales  project will see Hywel Dda University Health Board, Swansea University and global biotechnology firm Amgen working together over the next two years. The level of cardiovascular disease health need across all regions is one of the biggest challenges facing the NHS in Wales today. Read More

Community-Led Sustainable Transport – Resources

During 2022 SCVS worked in partnership with 4theRegion and Swansea Environmental Forum to identify local transport and travel needs, and co-produce ways to solve them. As the ‘Getting Around Swansea’ project ends, a wide range of bilingual resources have been developed to support groups and individuals to continue to develop the solutions they need to address transportation issues in their communities – which you can explore and download here.

Opening date confirmed for new Neath Leisure Centre

Staff at a huge new leisure centre with a 25-metre swimming pool and a 100-station gym are gearing up to open its doors to the public. Management confirm it will officially open on January 30. The leisure centre will have facilities suitable for people of all ages and abilities and is part of a multi-million pound development funded by Neath Port Talbot Council designed to “bring in new activities and investment” and attract more people into the town centre. Read More

Swansea declared Wales’ first Human Rights City

Swansea has become Wales’ first Human Rights City following a year of action to recognise their importance to the lives of all residents and organisations. Council leader Rob Stewart said “There is a real determination for Swansea to be a city where everyone is equal, where everyone understands they have human rights and responsibilities, what they are, and where we all respect the rights of others.” Read More

World-Class Research Centre Introduces New Campaign Highlighting Link Between Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing loss can lead people to withdraw from everyday conversations and leave individuals feeling isolated, depriving their brains of vital stimulation. Research suggests that managing hearing loss with hearing aids can dramatically reduce the risk and impact of dementia. To support those experiencing hearing loss, CADR has collaborated with the Awen Institute and NHS Wales to create an animation which educates people on the steps they can take. Read More

Cerebra and UWTSD help young Henry prepare for ‘Winter Wonderwheels’ event powered by Marvel!

10-year-old Henry won a competition to participate in ‘Winter Wonderwheels’, a sporting event with an all-star line up! In preparation for this festive event, Henry has been building up his stamina thanks to a set of hi-tech, super-lightweight crutches created by the Cerebra Innovation Centre; a partnership between children’s disability charity, Cerebra, and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). Read More

Christmas Campaign Receives the Support of Local Law Firm

Everyone Deserves a Christmas Hamper; the annual campaign that provides festive cheer for people who need a helping hand, has received support from Peter Lynn and Partners Solicitors. The campaign, which aims to provide food hampers worth £50 each filled with Christmas essentials and treats to over 500 families in need, is spearheaded by the Swansea City AFC Foundation as well as a range of organisations and individuals. Read More

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & ENVIRONMENT

Swansea achieves UK first in new ecology standard

Swansea Council has become the first UK council to receive recognition against the One Planet Standard for the work it’s doing to reduce its ecological footprint. As well as decarbonisation, this covers buildings, travel, land use and waste as well as biodiversity and the impact on natural resources. The One Planet Standard also provides a framework for organisations to create a road map towards net zero carbon. Read More

Hundreds of new jobs promised at Port Talbot factory producing green aviation fuel

US firm LanzaTech has secured £25m from the UK Government’s Advanced Fuel Fund to deliver the project. The fund forms part of efforts to reach the 2050 net carbon zero target. LanzaTech, which has been working with Neath Port Talbot Council and Tata Steel – through its primary steel making plant in the town – for a number of years, has developed technology converting steel mill off-gases into ethanol that is then used as an aviation fuel. Read More

Multi-million pound marine surveys contracted ahead of leasing round for Celtic Sea floating wind farm

A multi-million pound programme of marine surveys have been contracted by The Crown Estate ahead of the upcoming leasing round next year for the 4GW floating offshore wind farm in the Celtic Sea. A successful floating wind market in the Celtic Sea will not only support the UK’s journey to net zero and strengthen our energy security, but can be the catalyst for new jobs, investment and supply chain opportunities. Read More

Where does our food come from?

Our grandparents knew where their food came from, and probably produced at least some of it themselves. But somewhere along the line we lost that connection. How do we get back these connections to our food? How do we get healthy, sustainable, locally grown food to local communities? Read More

VISITOR ECONOMY & TOURISM

New city street art celebrates Black British artists

The installation in King’s Lane off Swansea High Street is a collaboration between Coastal Housing and local artists Melissa Rodrigues and Joel Morris, both graduates of UWTSD. Commissioned by Coastal for Black History Month in October, the installation showcases prominent Black British artists including Sonia Boyce, Chris Ofili and Yinka Shonibare. Read More

The sauna on a Welsh beach that looks like heaven

A rejuvenating wood-fired sauna that boasts views out to sea has launched on the beach at Oxwich Bay, Swansea, offering a sauna experience like no other. Seating up to eight people, Ty Sawna is fuelled by an integrated wood burning stove and aims to help people relax into a meditative space, to connect with nature and quiet your mind, all whilst taking in the breathtaking views of waves lapping up the shoreline through the large half-moon glass window. Read More

Historic Wales to Ireland Pilgrim Way to link two nations

The British Pilgrimage Trust and Pilgrim Paths Ireland have established the Wexford-Pembrokeshire Pilgrim Way which will span two countries. The route is associated with the two nations Celtic patron saints and will join Ferns Abbey (connected with St Aidan of Ferns) in County Wexford and St David’s in Pembrokeshire. The alter in St David’s Cathedral is said to hold a stone from St David’s pilgrimage to Jerusalem and is the final resting place of St David. Read More

The story of the Neath-based ladies’ choir which has grown into a 200-plus ensemble

A choir started by a Neath mother who was feeling down after her son’s second open-heart operation has blossomed into a 200-plus ensemble of women aged 21 to 80 from all different backgrounds. Valley Rock Voices will unleash its modern repertoire in support of entertainer Max Boyce and tenor Wynne Evans at Swansea Arena next March – so no pressure then. Read More

The Welsh beach named amongst ‘most peaceful’ in the UK

Backed by dunes and pine trees, Barafundle Bay is only accessible by a half-mile walk from the nearest car park, but boy is it worth it as it boasts incredible views and is constantly likened to the shores of the Caribbean and Greece. It also plays host to some incredibe walk as it is right next to the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Read More

EDUCATION

 University Unveils High-Tech Boost for Aerospace Students

One of Swansea University’s most exciting facilities has been expanded to offer an even better learning environment for its students. The flight simulation suite in the Department of Aerospace Engineering now boasts new equipment installed by the Merlin Flight Simulation Group. The ability to design a variety of different air vehicles as well as different atmospheres, such as Mars, allows students to be at the forefront of new technologies. Read More

2B Enterprising announces JCP Solicitors as landmark 100th educational corporate partner

2B Enterprising has created The Bumbles of Honeywood learning resources which help to teach young children about enterprise, entrepreneurship, and essential life skills by following the Bumble Family of bees from Honeywood as they tackle a range of challenges together. JCP Solicitors is the 100th corporate partner to work with 2B Enterprising, providing the funding for a primary school to receive these engaging resources. Read More

UWTSD is part of collaborative research team investigating embedding children’s rights into classroom practice

Focussing on young children, aged 5-7 years, in the school context, this project considers how pedagogic practices can embed participatory rights for all children, and attend, routinely, to children’s voice and agency. The project adopts an innovative participatory research design, initially exploring the research problem with young children and their teachers via creative methods, and then with student teachers and their educators in university. Read More

ASTUTE 2020+ Contributes £541 Million to the Welsh Economy

ASTUTE 2020+ provided support to over 540 Welsh enterprises, and created and safeguarded over 1020 jobs across Wales since its inception in 2010. Demand-led by industry, ASTUTE 2020+ collaborates with companies, providing unique access to world-class academic experts, highly qualified researchers, technology, and research facilities, encouraging the stimulation of ideas and facilitating the adoption of change through research, development, and RD&I. Read More

UWTSD Students work on Disney’s latest Willow series

Two students from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s BA Set Design and Production course have worked on the set of Disney +’s latest fantasy adventure series, ‘Willow’. Bethan Elsbury and Ellie Reynolds got the opportunity to work with the company’s Greens Team after their lecturer, Dave Atkinson saw the post being advertised and encouraged them to apply. Read More

‘Giant slug’ spotted on Swansea University campus

It’s not something you see everyday – in fact it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. However, eagle-eyed visitors to Swansea University Bay Campus were shocked to happen across a giant alien slug-like creature slithering through the area. Before anybody panics that we are about to be invaded by extra terrestrials, the creature appears to be part of the new series of Doctor Who, which has been filming across South Wales. Read More

UWTSD Bicentenary Cwilt project brings community together to share stories and celebrate rich heritage

Quilts have long been associated with community, bringing people together, to create and pass on traditional skills, steeped in the narrative of a time and a place, telling stories of the individuals or groups who have made them. And that’s certainly true at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, where students, staff, school pupils and the wider community are helping to create and share a part of the University’s story, 200 years on. Read More

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tiny Tiger’s Kung Fu
Every Monday & Wednesday 09:45 – 10:15
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Costume Exhibition – Reclaiming the Past
Every day 11:00 – 16:00 until 22 January
Oriel Yr Ardd Gallery, National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne
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Self Help Book Club!
Every Monday 16:00 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Kung Fu Wales (Little Dragons)
Every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 17:00 – 18:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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VIP Class Acts
Every Monday 17:00 – 19:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Pilates – New Class!!!
Every Monday 17:30 – 18:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Kung Fu Wales
Every Monday 18:30 – 20:15
Every Tuesday & Wednesday 18:30 – 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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The Bereavement Cafe
Every Tuesday 11:00 – 12:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
Email helen.lewissmithcounselling@gmail.com, text 07720 054404 or drop in

Community Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 12:00 – 12:50
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Tyfu Tawe
Every Tuesday 13:00 – 13:30
Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Women’s Outdoor Walking Group
Every Tuesday 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Choirs For Good
Every Tuesday 17:45 – 18:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Yoga class – suits beginners
10 January 17:45 – 20:45
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Zumba
Every Tuesday 18:30 – 19:30
Every Wednesday 11:00 – 12:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Burlesque Chair Dancing Lessons
Every Tuesday 19:30 – 20:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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The Ecology of Otters
10 January 21:00
Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Swansea Marina Litter Pick
11 January 10:00 – 12:00
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Access Pilates
Every Wednesday 18:00 – 18:55
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Hatha Yoga Class
Every Wednesday 18:30 – 19:45
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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T A I J I W U X I G O N G
Every Wednesday 19:15 – 20:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Catalyst business networking – THE local independent not for profit event
Every Thursday 07:00 – 09:00
National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne
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Gentle Vinyasa Flow Classes
Every Thursday 10:00 – 11:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Have Your Say Sessions – Face to Face Drop In at Swansea.Com Stadium
12 January 11:00 – 14:00
Swansea.Com Stadium
Hosted by SBUHB in Partnership with NPTCVS and SCVS
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Pregnancy Yoga with Amy Suzanne
Every Thursday 11:15 – 12:15
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Walking for Wellbeing
Every Thursday 12:00
Opposite Secret Beach Bar & Kitchen, Swansea
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Development & Construction | 4theRegion Sector Forum
12 January 12:00 – 14:00
Online
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Free Homeopathic Clinic
Every Thursday 12:30 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wales Virtual Networking
12 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Kids Drama Club Narberth
Every Thursday
Drama Starlets: 7-11 Years – 17:30 – 18:30
Drama Stars: 12-16 Years – 18:30 – 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Access Pilates
Every Friday 09:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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‘Switched On’ Energy Awareness Hub
13 January 10:00 – 12:00
South Penlan Community Centre, Swansea
Hosted by Switched On and The Environment Centre
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Museum Little Mice – Santes Dwynwen
13 January 10:30 – 12:30
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Dance to Health – The Falls Prevention Dance Programme
Every Friday 10:30 – 12:30
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Men’s Shed
Every Friday 11:45 – 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Men’s Tai Chi Class
Every Friday 13:45 – 14:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Embrace You! Women’s Wellbeing Group
Every Friday 15:00 – 16:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Lonesome Ace Stringband 2023
13 January 20:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Our Neighbourhood Project
16 January 10:00 – 14:00
Gorseinon, Swansea
Hosted by SCVS
To reserve a space contact michelle_langshaw@scvs.org.uk or 07570 764855

Women Only Innate Resilience Support Group
Every Monday from 16 January 11:30 – 13:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
Email 3principles@gmail.com or text 07972 246204

WAKE UP YOUR BODY THROUGH MOVEMENT
17, 24 & 31 January 09:15 – 10:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Children Seeking Asylum Professional Training
17 January 13:00 – 17:00
Glyndwr Building, Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Yoga class – suits beginners
17 January 17:45 – 20:45
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Food for the Region – Regional Food System Conference – South West Wales
17 January 18:00 – 18 January 13:00

Online
Hosted by 4theRegion
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CEIC Webinar with Deserie Mansfield
18 January 11:00 – 13:00
Online
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Repair Cafe
18 January 17:00 – 19:00
Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Our Neighbourhood Project
19 January 12:00 – 16:00
Morriston Memorial Hall, Swansea
Hosted by SCVS
To reserve a space contact michelle_langshaw@scvs.org.uk or 07570 764855

Restored Landscape Tour
19 January 11:00 – 13:00
National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne
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SWANSEA : From SEN to ALN
20 January 10:00 – 13:00
Glyndwr Building, Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Repair Cafe
21 January 10:30 – 13:30
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Argentine Tango in a Day Course: Workshops and Practilonga
21 January 11:00 – 18:00
Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University Singleton Park Campus
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Repair Cafe
21 January 11:30 – 14:30
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Our Neighbourhood Project
21 January 12:00 – 16:00
South Penlan Community Centre, Swansea
Hosted by SCVS
To reserve a space contact michelle_langshaw@scvs.org.uk or 07570 764855

A Movement Garden Workshop
21 January 14:00 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Sound Journey (soundbath)
21 January 18:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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AQUARIAN PARTY 2023 – The Turbans
21 January 20:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Yoga & Breathwork workshop
22 January 10:00 – 12:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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TRE class
22 January 14:00 – 15:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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SUMMER OF SOUL
22 January 19:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Our Neighbourhood Project
23 January 12:00 – 16:00
Swansea Uplands Rugby Club
Hosted by SCVS
To reserve a space contact michelle_langshaw@scvs.org.uk or 07570 764855

Waterfront Wellbeing Day
24 January 10:00 – 14:00
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Yoga class – suits beginners
24 January 17:45 – 20:45
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Recruiting Young Trustees – FREE COURSE
25 January 10:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by SCVS
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Swansea Marina Litter Pick
25 January 10:00 – 12:00
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Employment Webinar: Employment Law Recap 2022 & What To Expect In 2023
25 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by Acuity Law
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Wales Virtual Networking
26 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Our Neighbourhood Project
26 January 16:00 – 17:00
The Environment Centre, Swansea
Hosted by SCVS
To reserve a space contact michelle_langshaw@scvs.org.uk or 07570 764855

Rediscover Your Innate Resilience
Every Thursday 19:00 – 20:30 from 26 January
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
Email 3principles@gmail.com or text 07972 246204

‘Switched On’ Energy Awareness Hub
27 January 10:00 – 12:00
South Penlan Community Centre, Swansea
Hosted by Switched On and The Environment Centre
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Antiques Weekend
28 & 29 January 10:00 – 16:00
National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne
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Yoga for runners workshop
28 January 13:30 – 15:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Chinese New Year Gallery Screening – Eagle Shooting Heroes (12, 1993)
28 January 14:30
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Self Care Yoga Retreat Day
29 January 10:00 – 16:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Chinese New Year Gallery Screening – Turning Red (PG, 2022)
29 January 14:30
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Yoga class – suits beginners
31 January 17:45 – 20:45
The Environment Centre, Swansea
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Bay Beach Clean
1 February 13:00 – 15:00
Swansea University Bay Campus
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Job Search Support
2 February 10:00 – 12:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Season Launch
3 February 12:15 – 16:00
Swansea.Com Stadium
Hosted by Swansea Bay Business Club
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Cycle Jumble
5 February 08:00 – 12:00
Gower College Swansea Sports Centre, Sketty
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Archival Body: A workshop with Temitope Ajose-Cutting
5 February 10:00 – 16:00
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen Campus
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Chinese New Year Gallery Screening – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (12, 2000)
5 February 14:00
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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PARALLEL MOTHERS
5 February 19:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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The Yogic Way
6 February 09:30 – 11:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
Please contact Sama on  01792 845 909, 07805 048 689 (text only) or samyoga@btinternet.com 

Swansea Young Professionals
16 February 18:00
Founders & Co, Swansea
Please follow the group’s LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram social media pages to keep up to date